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Daily Racing Form: n. Saturday, March 25, 1899 Daily Racing Form. 400dpi TIFF G4 page images Triangle Publications, Inc., Chicago, IL 1899 drf1899032501 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Daily Racing Form: n. Saturday, March 25, 1899 Daily Racing Form. Triangle Publications, Inc., Chicago, IL 1899 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognition (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has been done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Libraries Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Page  VOIj. V. yO. 72. CHICAGO, SATURDAY, MARCH 25, 1899. PRICE, 5 CENTS Two Big Races Today TWO BIG SACKS TODAY. Two stake races of groat importance in the eyes of turfmen will be decided this afternoon. One, the Crescent City Derby, is the main and closing event of the long winter meeting at New Orleans. The other, The Burns Handicap, is by all odds the chief event of the California tnrf and because of its valne and the quality of the horses engaged would be a race of absorbing interest on any track in this country. The Burns Handicap is a guaranteed stake of the value of $10,000, for three-year-olds and upward, distance 1 14 miles. The announced starters and jockeys are as follows: J. McCaffery's b. h, What er Lou, 5, (Hennessey) - 121 H. E. RowelPs ch. h, Satsuma, 7, (E. Jones) 117 A. J. Stemler's br. m, Fleur de Lis, 5, (Spencer) 116 Carruthers & Shields' ch. g, Topmast, 6, (H. Shields) 114 D. S. Fountain's ch. c, Tempo, 4, (Mounce). 112 Santa Anita Stable's ch, f, La Goleta, 4, (Powell) 112 Burns & Waterhouse's b. f, Napamax, 4, (Pigsott) 109 Burns & Waterhouse's b. c, Eddie Jones, 4, (Thorpe) 107 Duke & Wishard's ch. h, Joe Ullman, 5, (J. Reiff) 106 J. Coffey's ch. m, Bosinante, 5, (Macklin)... 105 E. Corrigan's b. f, Bardonic, 4, (Bullman) .. . 100 L. H. EzelPs b. f, Espionage. 3, (H. Brown). 99 M. Storn's b f , Morinel, 4, (Gray) 96 Sunset Stable's b. c, Lime Water, 3, (Mc- Nickle) 95 W. Fisher's ch. c, Plan, 4, (Devin) : 93 The Crescent City Derby is a dash of 1 1-8 miles, for three-year-olds, and is of the guaranteed value of $4,000. The contestants are to be : A. H. & D. H. Morris' Kentucky Colonel, b. c, by Kantaka Nocturne, 115.. (Littlefleld.) J. P. Robinson's King Barleycorn, ch. c, by Kantaka Nattot, 115.... (W. Martin.) J. A. Vetter's Jolly Roger, b. c, by Order-Happy Sallie II., 115 (N. Turner.) Bennett & Burdeau's Elmer S gr. c. by Julien Kittie H., 115 (Knapp.) Bennett & Burdeau's Hittick, b. c, by Julien Billetta, 115 (Vandusen.) Little Rock's Prospects LITTLE ROCK's PROSPECTS. Of racing prospects and training operations at Little Rock the Arkansas Gazette of Thursday says: "The Arkansas Jockey Club meeting begins Thursday next. There will be six races every day of the meeting. There are three well filled stakes . to be decided during the meeting, the Derby, the Pine Bluff Stakes, and the Tennessee Brewing . Co.'s Selling Stakes. I I " The Derby closed with thirty-eight entries - and they are all good average three-year-olds. Any half dozen of them would make a splendid I race. But the prospects are that the field will i be much larger. At least ten or twelve are now L expected to make the race. There are ten or 3 twelve of the candidates on the ground and j nine or ten more eligibles will be here when the r meeting begins. Those already here are Mona 3 B Air Blast, Ada T., Lillie Paxton, The Trim-, mer, Bert Davis, Mad Anthony, Katie Gibbons, ' . Exception, Mabel M., The Pride and Golden Standard. Will Darden has two entered, 1 Sagitta and Leo Planter, and will certainly start one, most likely the latter. Tom Hayes S j ' S has Granby and St. Wood and may start either; W. H. May & Son have Jockey Joe and Ed Tipton in the stake; J. H. McAvoy & Co, have . 1 Hardy Pardee and Prince McClurg ; Abe Cahn, Sir Gatian and Lurdan, and Mr. Schorr has five 1 to pick from. Besides these there are T. E. Barrett's Teutons; George C. Bennett's Hittick; 1 C. F. Buschmeyer's The Barrister; J. C. Cahn's Chancery; P. M. Civill's Red Admiral; Cush-ing's Tulane; John Huffman's May Droit; W. H. Laudeman's Onomastus; R. E. Maddox's St. Vrain; Sam Oppenheimer's Nobleman, and J. W. O'Neall & Co.'s great colt Frank Bell. "Of the dozen already here all intend now to start, but much depends on what they do in the way of work between now and Derby day. Owners and trainers are not giving out much information as to their intentions, but from what can be gathered now, the probable starters in the Arkansas Derby are put down as follows : i "George C. Bennett & Co. Hittick. 1 "O. W. Boardman Mona B. "W. L. Cassidy Air Blast. ; "W. W. Darden Leo Planter. "J. D. Dearing Lillie Paxton. "F. Garner The Trimmer, "J. B. Gray Bert Davis. "T. P. Hayes Granby. "W. H. Laudeman Onomastus. "Leigh & Jordan Mad Anthony. "P. J. Miles Exception. "T. H. Ryan The Pride. "John W. Schorr & 8on Ordnung. "G. W. Yelverton Mabel W. "That would give the Derby a field of fourteen good ones, and it is probable that it will not fall much Bhort of that number. "As to jockeys, it is difficult to tell just yet what boys will have mounts in tho race. Lonnie Clayton, the crack colored knight of the pigskin, whose home is at Little Rock, and who always rides here, is already in town and his services are in great demand. He will have a mount in the Derby, but which one is as yet uncertain. Burns will ride Ordnung, Lines will be on Air Blast and J. Harris will pilot Mr. Dearing's candidate. "The work of gatting ready is being pushed forward by all the trainers now. The track is in splendid condition and work begins early and continues late. Large numbers of horses were out yesterday morning and some very good work was done. As far as the ground is concerned, the going was splendid, but a strong wind blew down tho homestretch all morning that made really fast work difficult on the last eighth. The most sensational work of the morning was done by Mr. Boardman's Derby candidate, Mona B. The filly worked by herself and she fairly set tho track on fire for the first half of the route, but slackened up perceptibly whon facing the wind on tho homestretch. She broke in front of the stand and in eleven seconds had passed the first eighth pole. She reached the quarter in 21; tho half in 49 ; five-eighths in 1:02; six furlongs in 1:16; seven eighths in 1:35 and finished the mile in 1:46. She was not urged to any extent, but she was tired at the finish. Her work is considered the best done here this spring and indicates, that, whilo she may perhaps not be of Derby class, she is a sprinter to be respected at any distance ' under a mile, "Colonel Cassidy's Air Blast workedthe Derby .distance Tuesday morning with the old mare ( Kittie B. for a running mate, They negotiated the distance in "l:47r, the mare being under, . restraint most of the route. "Air Blast hardly shows stake class but is improving every day. Paul Miles' filly Exception x was set down for seven-eighths yesterday morn- - 1 CONTINUED ON SECOND PAQB. LITTLE ROCK'S PROSPECTS. (Continued from 1st Page.) ing, working it in 1 :35. Marito of the same stable breezed five-eighths in 1:04 and The Hub worked the same distance in 1:021. "A good deal of work was done by the two-year-olds, the most notable being that by Mc-Gnigan's Edinburgh, who was set down for his first fast half. He made it in :52 with his head swinging. McGuigan was highly elated over his colt's good showing and offered to bet $500 that he could beat any two-year-old on the track. It is probable that a match may be made to be decided during the meeting. "Frank Leigh worked his Leonatus filly and a St. Florian colt together in 0:52 1-2, the colt showing a half length in front at the finish. Sir Fitzhugh, a strapping, good-looking Deceiver colt, and Chump, a small unattractive filly, worked a half together in 0:52 1-4, the Deceiver beating the filly out by two lengths. Gardner's two-year-old, a handsome big colt called Banana, worked a half handily in 0:54 and work in similar time was done by a number of others." Jockey Club Proceedings JOCKEY CLUB PROCEEDINGS. The Btewards of the Jockey Club held a busy tession at New York Thursday and disposed of a lot of matters bearing on the coming turf session. Present at the meeting ware August Belmont, F. E. Hitchcock, Andrew Miller and F. K. Sturgis. An important question regarding the importation of pure Arab blood stock was considered, and the following resolution was adopted: "Resolved, That the registration of pure Arab 3 be accepted in the stud book, to be classified under the head of Arabs. Such A abs, if imported, must either have been recognized by stud book abroad as pure Arabs or whose pedigrees for five generations are certified to by a Sheik, If bred in this country, to be descendants of such horses." The following list of officials appointed for the Washington Jockey Club meeting was approved : Starter. Mars Cassidy; judge, Clarence Mc-1 Dowell; handicapper, W. S. Vosburgh; clerk of the scales, H. G. Crickmore; paddock and patrol judge, J. L. Hall; timer, W. H. Barretto. Samuel Ross was appointed official steward to represent the Jockey Club at the Washington meeting, and the appointment of S. S. Howland and Jesse Brown as associate stewards was approved. The following list of officials appointed for the Queen's County Jockey Club meeting was aho approved: Starter, C. H. Pettingill; judge, William C. Cozier; handicapper, W. 8. Vosburgh; clerk of the scales. C. Cornehlsen; starting judge, Ben Brash; paddock and patrol judge, J. L. Hall; timer, W. H. Barretto, . . I I - I i L 3 r 3 . 1 W. S. Vosburgh was appointed official Bteward to represent the Jockey Club at the meeting. The bill of George W. Salter, M. D., for professional services rendered to trainer Albert Cooper, was approved and ordered paid. The applications for reinstatement lodged by jockey John G. Dorse? and trainers John Croker and Luke Tally were denied. The application of Andrew Fagan for the reinstatement of the bay gelding Sprite was denied. The bay mare, Empress Peyton, by Circassian Fannie Peyton, was declared eligible to race on all courses under Jockey Club jurisdiction. Jockey George C. Cox was restored to all privileges under the Jockey Club rules. The following licenses were granted : Jockeys Herbert Hadley, Robert Lewis, F. Littlefleld, Joseph McGann, Jesse Mathews, William Pickering, John Ryan, G. Weisse, A. H. Wapshire, F. O'Leary, Patrick McDermott, W. H. Blake, Frank Clark, Henry Evans, George Frash, A. P. Hewitt, Oscar Makin, Anthony Hamilton, Henry Lewis, W. Martin, Philip Neville, W. S. H. J. O'Connor, J. Slack, Albert Shaw, Fred Taral, W. H. McDermott, James Bowden, R. Williams, R. S. Sullivan, Edward Phelan, Joseph Boland, Delavan Rogers, Alexander Reitz, Withers McCreery, Thomas Mc-Creery and W. Morris. Trainers Richard Brown, Frank Brown, William H. Barrett, T. F. Barrett, John F. Campbell, R. C. Doggett, P. Doaohue, James Dillon, L, Elmore, John Evans, James Fray-ling, Thomas Green, A. J. Goldsborough, E. F. Hughes, Henry Harris, Michael Hogan, C, F. Hill, Thomas J. Healey, A. J. Joyner, W. H. Karrick, James Kneale, Alfred Lakeland, William Lakeland, C. Littlefleld, Jr., Thomas E. Mannix, William R. Midgley, J. F. Madden, James McLaughlin, G. B. Morris, John H. Morris, Richard Miller, J. D. Odom, Charles Ox, J. A. Bykes, William Walker, R. W. Walden, W. P. Burch, Julius Bauer, Michael Bowen, James Boden, George Barber, William Boddilly, George Chandler, William N. Cloyd, W. C. Daly, T. J. Gaylor, William Hayward, Jr., J. J. Hyland, William Jennings, P. Murphy, T. Mooney, F. Mossom, John Miller, J. McLoar, G. W. Nixon, J. W. Rogers, James Rowe, Ed Tiffen, James F. Walden, Clarence Merritt, Thomas Welsh, John E. Cook, Waldo Olney, J. J. Sheridan, Paul Salvin, Frank V. Tilford, John White, John F. Barrett, James J. Hag-gerty, Henry Graham, Barry D. Woods, Charles Anderson, Garry Butler, E. H. Hanna, N. J. Johnson, W. T. McGivney, Edward Peters. Gossip of the Turf . 1 1 1 i 1 ; ' ( . x - GOSSIP OF THE TDKF. Concerning the doings of the horses in train-ing at Montgomery Park, the Memphis Commercial-Appeal of Thursday, says: "Kentucky Colonel's fast workout was the subject of discussion yesterday among turfites in Memphis, The handsome son of Kantaka shouldered 110 pounds and fairly startled the natives at Montgomery Park with something of a sensational performance. It was the intention of Robert Walden and Charles Patterson to give the final tryouts to Kentucky Colonel and Jolly Roger respectively this morning, but lowering clouds and unfavorable weather predictions caused them to administer the finishing touches yesterday morning. The track record at Montgomery Park for the mile is 1:421, held jointly by Ethel (in 1892), Typhoon II. and Millstream. Yesterday the Morris colt was sent, unaccompanied, a mile in 1 :43l, finishing the mile and a quarter in 2 :13K The fractional time was, 25, 50, 1:02, l:15i, 1:291, 1:43, 1:59, 2:131. "After this performance Jolly Roger negotiated nine furlongs, tho distance of the Derby, in 1:591. The fractional time was: :25i, 50, 1:18, 1:46 and 1:59 h "Queen of Song, W. J. Smith's good filly, was not brought out, and her owner is undecided about shipping her to New. Orleans. She will be given a workout this morning and on the strength of it lies her chances of being a contender in the Derby, The chances are, however, that she will remain in her stall at Montgomery Park, unless by some means Mr. Schorr can be influenced to allow Burns to take the mount. "Manuel was breezed yesterday morning a mile in 1:48. The Kentuckian worked tne same distance in 1 :46J, Meadowthorpe and Sea Lion in 1 :47, and W. W. Darden's Arkansas and Tennessee Derby candidate Leo Planter the same route in 1:49. J. J. Marklein's goed looking two-year-old chestnut colt Helmet, by Knight of Ellrslie Phoebe, went five-eighths in 1:03. "Lieber Karl's lameness, while not as serious as first reported, will keep the Schorr horse in confinement for the majority of the early spring events. Trainer Walker shakes his head dubiously when asked whether the Tennessee Derby winner of '93 will be able to fill engagements up the line. Tho lameness is of a character hard to determine how long it will remain. "After working six furlongs in 1:21, accompanied by Wilson, yesterday, Ordnung, J. W. Schorr's & Son's candidate who was being pointed for the Arkansas Derby, pulled up lame and limped to the barn, suffering from nervu-cnlar. Although this colt has faced the starter but twice, he gave good promise of developing into a stake colt in his work this year. This leaves Cathedral, Sea Lion and Albert Swind from which a starter in the Arkansas Derby will be picked." Ex-jockey Harry Blaylock died a few days ago. Stricken with paralysis something more than a year ago he lingered on in helplessness until a finishing stroke of the disease came, In his prime Blaylock Tanked high as a rider and his skill was often exhibited on Chicago racetracks when riding for Edward Corrigan and other western owners. Ho left a widow and several children. At a meeting of the Executive Committee of the National Steeplechase and Hunt Associa-I tion held Wednesday licenses were granted to the following jockeys to ride in hurdles racei and steeplechases for 1899: M. Lynch, J, Owens, George Chandler, George B, Anderson, Frank Huston, Emanuel Molder, Julius Slack, Pat Callahan, Henry Johnson, John Hogan, George Cochran, Cornelius Bprague, Patiick Doegan, W. A, Greea and William Canavan. Page  List of Licensed Jockeys LIST OF LICENSED JOCKEYS. Covington, Ky., March 15, 1899. The following named persons have been granted Jockey licenses for the- year 1899: Akor, Charles, Brendle, John, Boland, J., Brophy, Richard, Brown, J., Burns, Thomas, Bullman, J. J., Boyd, J., Beauchamp, William, Bassinger, Irving, Cairns, Robert, Clerico, John, Combs, C. Cowman, Frank, Coylie, John, Crowhurst, Richard, Cunningham, John, Cummings, W. H., Coburn, William, Cooper, Sinoy, Dunn, M., Dupee, James, Dingley, W. P., Dean, W., Daly, J., Dugan, John, Doane, F. S., Daily, Frank, Dovin, F., ' Ellison, Georgo, Frost, W Flick, Robert, Foucon, E., Frawloy? Georgo, Flick, G. F., Gatewood, John, Gilmore, R. J., Gisbourne, F., Gray, L., . Gray, C. R., Guitiers, M., Houck, Charles, Higgins, J. J., " Hennessy, Michael, Harshberger, J. W., Higgins, E. T., Hothersall, J. W., Holden, Georgo, Henry, David, Halm, J., Holmes, W., Irvon, J. E., James, Elmor, Johnson, C, Jones, Willio, Jordan, Philip, Johnson, S., Jackson, Leo, Koonan. Joseph, Kelly, J.. Kidd, Charles, Kuhn, Charlos, Kitley, T., Kerin, Joseph, Kiley, Waltor, Kennoy, Mike, Kelly, Michael, Lew, Charles, LoullierjJ., Lamley, John, Landry, F., Lendrum, B. G., Lawless, Frank, Lynch, John, Lines, C, Lenhart, Charlos, Martin, W. H., Mattier, Louis, Murphy, Tim, Maher, Daniel, Macklin, C, Myers, James, Mason, R. J., Mitchell, C, Michaels, M., Mooney, W., Moody, Thomas, Murphy, T., Morris, William, McCann, James, McCafferty, J. J., McKeand, Elmer, McKinney, Thomas, Martin, Honry, Narvaezj W., Neal, G., Nutt, William, O'Leary, Frank, Odom, George, O'Connor, W., Powell, I., Penn, William, Pierce, George, Porretto.Albert, Peterman, S., Powers, Thomas, Porter, V., Piggott, Joseph, Rutter, Frank, Rigby, W. J., Rietz, Alexander, Ross, E., Rigby, B., Romero, Rafael, Reiff, J., Roullier, C, Shaw, William, Songer, A., Slack, John, Stevens, G., Southard-Edward, Sloan, Cass., Shepard, B., Shields, John, Spencer, Henry, Shields, Henry, Scherrer, Joseph, Snider, George, Stimpson, Earl, Sheppard, Raymond, Trimletts, Thomas, Turner, Nash, Tuberville, Frank, Tanner, Georgo, Thorpe, C. A., Tabor, J., Tally, Henry, Taylor, S., Taylor, W., Thompson, J. C, Tully, Edward, Utter, L. M., Vandusen, Charles, Vitatoe, Henry, Wilkins, John, Woods, J., Watson, William, Weber, J., Williams, W., Wilson, William, Wood, William, Young, Joseph, To ride for his stable only. 4 E. C. Hopper, Secretary. List of Licensed Trainers LIST OF LICENSED TRAINERS. Covington, Ky., March 15, 1899. The following named persona have been granted Trainer's licenses for the yoar 1899: Atchinson, Walter, Adkins, John, Arthur, James, Arthur, Frank, Aiken, J. F., Ackerman, L., Aliearn, Patrick, Browulow, J. B. F., Brown, John, Batcholer, H. T., Benson, L. W., Bunbury, B. C, Brown, Georgo H., Bunks, Taylor, Brown, J. E., Burns, Edward, Boyle, Charles, Jr., Bronock, Martin J., Blardino, B., Berry, T. M., Carfield, W., Conrads, A., Curry, Gil., Christy, J. D., Combs, J. H., Charles, S. J., Cottingham, M., Cole, B. L., Catanzaro, J., Congdon, W., Danahor, M. T., Dickson, William, Donohue, W. J., Dickie, Charles. Dair, W. F., DeWitt, C, DeVerne, David, Fleming, James, Fessenden, W. C, Fitzgerald, Edward, Frisbie, Frank, Forbes, George, Foreman, J. W., Forsythe, R. B., Fleming, Peter J., Fisher, F. M., Faut, C. V., Gass, James, Garety, Michael, Guyman, H., Griffin, W. R., Gardner, William, Goobel, P. J., Gibson, Hart, J., Gardner, Frank E., Herman, John, Huffman, John. Hughes, V., Hogan, Michael, Heiter, W. I., Hurns, Thomas, Hutchinson, W. C, Henderson, W. v., Howell, J. W., Hickok, F. H., Johnson, C. A., Jones, Paul, Johnson, J. A., Johnson, J. W., Jordan, W. J., Jordan. M., Kelly, P. T., Kelly, D. W., Kuntz, M. L., Kiley, Thomas, Kyle, John, Licalzi, T., Lister, W. W., Leonard, H., Laswell, William, Louis, F., Leighton, C, Leary, D. J., Lyles, W. W Loftus, P. J., McConnell, E. T., McPhersonJohn, McCafferty, Charles, McMillan, J. D., McAvoy, J. H., McCarthy, J. F., McLaughlin, A. B., McKinley, J. W., McKinney, W. F., McCafferty, A. C, McCue, W. W., McNaughton, James, McHale, T. J., Miller, J. J., Missud, Alfred, Mahone, C. E., MachecaJ. R., Malone, P. J., Morgan, H., Miller, D. B., Mayberry, John, Marklein, J. J., Miles, Thomas, Miles, P. J., Meehan, J. P., Moon, Edward, Maddox, R. E., Marks, R. W., Murkett, A., Neal, John, Naylor, John, Nepper, Thomas, Newman, John, O'Connor, Walter, Oliver, W. L., O'Neall, J. W., Poolo, G. W., Ratledge, W. J., Robinson, H., Redfield, J. L., Roller, W. H., Rice, J., Rowe, Charles, Riddle, H., Rome, R., Rector, Frank, Reid, C. B., Stewart, J. T., Stevens, J. D., Steward, C. W., Sibley, H. A., Sellers, J. J., Settle, Thomas. Shadley, W. H Swarthout, E. R., Snarley, W. H., Shenatt, Thomas, Sweeney. J. B., Sproul, G. O., Scully, W. O., Stanton, P., Schorr, John, Troxler, J., Thornton, J. A., Tucker, J. C, Vincent, Benjamin, Vestal, Charles, Wright, W. A., Wallace, W. M., Walker, William, Whitman, C, Williams, Scott, Webb, W. S., Wood, F. T., Witherspoon, J. H., Wallace, A. J., Woodard, W. T., Jr., Williams. L. S., Weir, P. T., Weston, A. G?, Zimmer, A. E. C. Hopper, Secretary. The American Turf Congress THE HHCRICTN TURF CONGRESS. President S. R. Montgomery, Memphis, Tenn Vice-President Robert Aull, St. Louis, Mo. Treasurer O. L. Bradley, Lexington, Ky. Secretary E. C. Hopper, 235 Court Avenue, Covington, Ky. AMERICAN TURF CONGRESS MEMBERS. Kentucky Association, of Lexington, Ky. New Louisville Jockey Club, of Louisville, Ky. Latonia Jockey Club, of Covington, Ky. St. Louis Jockey Club, of St. Louis, Mo. Tennessee Breeders Association, of Nashville, Tenn. New Memphis Jockey Club, of Memphis, Tenn. Arkansas Jockey Club, of Little Rock, Ark. Cincinnati Live Stock and Driving Park Co., of Cincinnati, O. New Louisiana Jockey Club, of New Orleans, La. Pacific Coast Jockey Club, of San Francisco, Cal. Queen City Jockey Club, of Newport, Ky. Washington Park Club, of Chicago, 111. Chicago Racing Association, of Chicago, 111. Highland Park Club, of Detroit, Mich. Harlem Jockey Club, of Chicago, 111. Committee on Appeals. E. F. Clay, Paris, Ky. Gen. W. H. Jackson, Nashville, Tenn. George G. Perkins, Covington, Ky. Committee on Licenses. Jos. A. Murphy, 23 Kearney Street, San Francisco, Cal. Jas. H. Rees, Memphis, Tenn. E. C. Hopper, 23 Kearney Street, San Francisco, Cal. Committee on Rules. Jos. A. Murphy, 23 Kearney Street, San Francisco, Cal. L. P. Tarlton, Lexington, Ky. E. C. Hopper, 23Kearney Street, SanFran-cisco, Cal. HARLEM JOCKEY CLUB. Presiding Judge M. Lewis Clark. Starter Richard Dwyer. Secretary M. Nathanson. Room 1, 130 Adams Street, Chicago, 111. CHICAGO RACING ASSOCIATION. President Ed. Coeeigan. Vice-President James M. Davis. Secretary Harry Kuhl. Chicago, 111. CRESCENT CITY JOCKEY CLUB. President and General Manager C. S. Bush Secretary Sheridan Clark. 735 Gravier Street, Now Orleans, La. TENNESSEE BREEDERS ASSOCIATION. President V. L. Kirkman. Secretary J. W. Russwurm. Nashville, Tenn. Board of Directors May Overton, Andrew Marshall, A. H. Robinson, V. L. Kirkman, J. W. Russwurm. WASHINGTON PARK CLUB. President George Henry Wheeler. First Vice-President Samuel W. A llerton Second Vice-President Henry J. Macfae-land. Third Vice-President Charles D. Hamill. Fourth Vice-President George E. P. Dodge Treasurer John R. Walsh. Secretary James Howard. Wellington Hotel, Chicago, 111. Racing Stewards D. Mark Cummings, Gus-tavus A. Schwartz, Frank S. Gorton, John Dupee, Charles J. Barnes. Executive Committee George Henry Wheeler, Samuel W. Allerton,. Henry J. Macfarland, Charles D. Hamill, George E. P. Dodge, John R. Walsh, John Dupee, Frank S. Gorton, Robert W. Roloson, Albert S. Gage, Gustavus A. Schwartz, D. Mark Cummings, J. Henry Norton. The first six are ex-officio members. NEW MEMPHIS JOCKEY CLUB. President S. R. Montgomery. First Vice-President F. G. Jones. Second Vice-President Napoleon Hill. Third Vice-President R. B. Snowden. Fourth Vice-President O. H. P. Piper. Treasurer John M. Petees. Seceetaey M. N. Macfarlan. Room No. 2, Cotton Exchange Building. Executive Committee A. S. Caldwell, George Arnold, C. C. Cowan, Dr. Kennedy Jones. 3. R. Montgomery, ox-officio. HIGHLAND PARK JOCKEY CLUB. President Merrill B. Mills. Vice-President John W. Price. Teeasuree Geoege M. Hendeie. Secretary Walter O. Parmer. Detroit, Mich. Executive Committee George M. Hendrio, John W. Price, Walter O. Parmer. QUEEN CITY JOCKEY CLUB. (Wildors, Newport, Ky.) President R. W. Nelson. Vice-President and General Manages F. F. Fowler. Treasueee Frank P Helm. Secretary J G. Hanly. Assistant Secretary Roger Sullivan. York and Southgate Streets, Newport, Ky. NEW LOUISVILLE JOCKEY CLUB. President W. F. Schulte. Vice-President W. E. Applegate. Treasurer Charles Bollinger. Seceetaey Charles F. Price. Courier-Journal Building, Louisville, Ky . PACIFIC COAST JOCKEY CLUB. Peesident S. N. Andeous. Vice-President Henry J. Crockee. Seceetaey F. H. Green. Palace Hotel, Parlor A, San Francisco, Cal. ST. LOUIS FAIR ASSOCIATION. President Robert Aull. Treasurer W. M. Lockwood. Secretary Joseph A. Murphy. Fair Grounds, St. Louis, Mo. LATONIA JOCKEY CLUB. President John C. Sherlock. Secretary Edward C. Hopper, 235 Court Avenue, Covington, Ky. KENTUCKY ASSOCIATION. President Col. M. M. Young. Secretary C. F. McMeekin. Lexington, Ky. ARKANSAS JOCKEY CLUB. President S. M. Appeeson. Secretary Joseph E. Martin. Little Rock, Ark. Western Declarations Due WESTERN DECLARATIONS DUE. May 1, 1899. New Memphis Jockey Club: Tenneaseo Derby of 1900, $10,00; January 1, 1900, $25,00. Tennessee Oaks 1900, $10,00 May 1 ; $20,00 January 1, 1900. April 1, 1899. Latonia Jockey Club: The Latonia Derby, $30; The Latonia Oaks, $20; The Himyar Stakes, $20. Tho Cincinnati Jockey Club: The Oakley Derby, $30; The Cincinnati Oaks, $20; The Buckeye Stakes, $20. Racing Dates of 1899 RACING DATES OF 1899. New Orleans, La Jan. 2 April 4 Oakland (C. J. C.) March 20 April 1 Little Rock, Ark March 30 April 1 Ingleside (P. C. J. C.) April 315 Memphis, Tenn April 829 Newport, Ky April 8 May 19 Oakland (C. J. C.) : April 17-29 Nashville, Tenn April 27 May 8 Ingleside (P. C. J. C.) May 116 Louisville, Ky May 420 Latonia, Ky May 23 June 24 Highland Park (Detroit) Aug. 1426 List of Licenses Refused LIST OF LICENSES REFUSED. Covington, Ky., March 15, 1899. Tho following named persons have been refused Jockey licenses for the year 1899: Blake, W., H., Hannawalt, Georgo, Clay. Calvin, Sullivan, R. S., Smith, L., Burns, J. J. 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San Fbancisco, Cal., March 24. The form of Saturday's Oakland fields is: First Race Einstein, Dick Behan, Mainbar., Second Race Imperious, Benamola,Moringa. Third Race Humidity, Gualala, Lime Water or Peter Webei. Fourth Raco La Golets, Fleur de Lis, Burns & Wateruouse entry. Fifth Race Red Glenn, Prince Blaze3, Dr. Bernays, Sixth Race Montgomery, Rubicon, Pat Mor-rissey. Notes of the Turf NOTES OF THE TURF. The officials of the Pacific Coast Jockey Club have decided to make use of the privilege of running the remainder of their races over the track of the California Jockey Club at Oakland. Scheduled stake races amounting to $14,000 remain to be decided, besides over $50,000 in purses. The four-mile race for the Ingleside Stakes will probably be decided April 8, and the California Dorbj April 15. 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Racing Dates of 1899 RACING DATES OF 1899. New Orleans, La Feb. 3 April 4 Oakland (C. J. C.) March 20-April 1 Little Rock, Ark March 30 April 5 IngUside (P. C. J. C.) April 3 15 Washington, D. C. (Bonnings) April 3 15 Memphii, Tenn Aprils 29 Newport. Ky April 8 May 19 Aqueduct, N. Y....: April 17 May 4 Oakland (C. J. C.) April 17-29 Ingleside (P. C. J. C.) May 116 Louisville, Ky May 420 Westchester, N. Y May 625 Toronto, Can May 2027 Latonia May 23 Jume 24 Gravesead, N. Y May 27 June 15 Hamilton, Can May 30 June 4 Montreal, Can June 824 Sheepsbead Bay, N. Y.... Juae 17 July 4 Fort Erie, Can June 28 July 19 Brighton Boach, N. Y July 5 August 5 Windsor. Can July 22 August 12 Saratoga, N. Y July 26 August 25 Highland Park (Detroit) August 1426 8hepshiad Bay, N. Y.. August 26 September 9 Gravesead, N. Y September 1230 Westchester, N. Y OcUber 2 21 Aqueduct, N. Y October 23 November 7 Washington, D. C. (BeBBiBc).Nevesber 11 30 Oakland Entries OAKLAND ENTRIES. Probabilities: Weather clear; track slow. First Raco 7-S Mile. 4-year-olds and upward. Selling, rnd. Horses Age Wt. Hdcn. 10991 Dick Behan 7.... 113 690 10927 Schnitz 7.... 113 650 10991 Roadrunner 8 113 655 10905 Adam Andrew 5.. ..113 660 10807 ("ardwell 7.... 113 630 10379 Cherrystone 7 113 .. 660 10724 Billy McCloskey 6.. ..113 655 10991 Durwad 5.... 110 640 10888 Una Colorado.... 8.... 109 665 10985 Socialist 4. ...107 .. 670 10849 Stan Powers 4.... 107 !645 10991 Mainbar 4 107 685 10095 Colonial Dame 4.... 105 640 10984 Bliss Bucker 4.... 95 680 10991 Heritage 5.... 95 645 11007 February 5.... 93 675 10905 Einstein 4 92 700 Second Race 3-4 Mile. 3- year-olds and upward. Selling. 10984 Pat Murphy 7.... 107 670 7608 Bueno 7... 107 680 109712Benamela 6.. ..107 690 10797 Baliverso 4.. ..104 625 10993 Moringa 4.. ..104 685 (10828)Aluminum 4.. ..104 660 (11006)Imperious 4.. ..104 700 109912Stromo 3.... 93 665 First series. Third Race 6 1-2 Furlones. 3-year-olds. Allowances. 109422Gualala 112 695 10S61 Earl Islington 107 660 10987 Lime Water 107 690 309892Peter Weber 104 680 106263Sombre 102 675 10135 Humidity 102 TT....700 10861 Alhaja 102 650 Fourth Race 1 1-4 Miles. 3-year-olds and upward. The Burns Handicap. Value $10,000. (10665)WhaterLou 5.. ..121 740 107872Satsuma 7. ...117 770 (10944)Fleur de Lis 5. ...116 790 10994 Topmast 6. ...114 730 109643Tempo 4.... 112 725 100632La Goleta 4. ...112 800 107443Napamax 4. ...109 775 (10994) Eddie JoneB 4.. ..107 760 (10883)Joe Ullman 5.. ..106 740 (10762) Rosinante 5.... 105 750 H9472Sardonic 4.... 100 735 (10961)Espionage 3.... 99 755 109942Morinel 4.... 96 745 10987 Lime Water 3.... 95 690 109873 Plan 4.... 93 700 Burns & Waterhouse entry. Fifth Race 1 1-8 Miles. 4- year-olds and upward. Selling. 110032Horatio 5. ...109 ......670 109872 Bed Glenn 7. ...106 700 109652Dr. Bernays 4.... 102 685 10963 Coda 6.... 99 675 10994 Prince Blazes 4.... 97 690 Sixth Race Futurity Course. (170 feet short of 3-4 mile. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling; (10995) Rubicon 8.. ..115 745 (10988)Montgomery 6.. ..110 750 (10987)Pat Morrissey 5.. ..109 740 109932Rio Chico . . : 3 .... 87 730 New Orleans Form NEW ORLEANS FORM. New Oeleans, La., March 24. The form of Saturday's New Orleans fields is: First Race Takanassee, Hobart, Merry Day. Second Race Annie Taylor, Sadie Levy, Leaseman. Third Race Al Fresco, Double Dummy, Bennett & Burdeau entry. Fourth Raco Kentucky Colonel, King Barleycorn, Jolly Roger. Fifth Race Necedah, Prince of India, Nover. Sixth Race Zolo, Cherry Bounce II., Nannie L. New Orleans Entries NEW ORLEANS ENTRIES. Probabilities: Weather clear; track fast. First Race 3-4 Mile. 3-year-olds and upward. Handicap. Ind. Horses Age Wt. HdcD. 10999 Debride 5.... 115 710 109753Takanassoe 5. ...110 750 108322Frank Bell 3.. ..108 715 109022 John Boone 6.... 105 715 10837 EdnaT 5. ...103 650 10902 Command 6.. ..103 725 10975Merry Day 4. ...102 735 9431 Lady Ellerslie 4.... 100 735 10924 Hobart 3.... 97 740 10954 Cotton Plant 5.... 97 735 109222Nellie Prince 3.... 94 685 Second Race 1 1-3 Miles. 4-ypar-olds and upward. Selling. (10y80)Possum 4. ...112 .... 675 10979 Annie Taylor 4.... 97 700 109802Sadie Levy 4.... 97 685 10322 Leaseman 6.... 95 680 109803The Planter 5.... 94 665 10925 Weenatchie 6.... 93 650 Third Race 1 1-4 Miles. 3-yoar-olds and upward. New Orleans Handicap. Value $1000. (10935)A1 Fresco 4.. ..109 750 109963Sea Robber 5.... 102 720 10981 Double Dummy 5.... 94 745 (10899) Lady Disdain 4.... 98 ......690 HOOO'iNabob 4.... 97 710 (10981) Forbush 4..103 715 109992Eva Rice 4.... 97 740 Bennett & Burdeau entry. Fourth Race 1 1-8 Miles. Crescent City Derby. Value $4,000. 3-year-olds. Allowances. 9182 Kentucky Colonel 115 75a (10955) KiDg Barleycorn 115 745 10999Hittick 115 700 109553Elmer S 112 675 (9151)Jolly Roger ....115 720 Bennett & Burdeau entry. Fifth Race 1 Mile. 4-year-olds and upward. Selling. 10977 The Diplomat 5.... 106 655 10920 Wild Tartar.... 6.. ..103 650' 10803 Prince of India 5.... 101 695 10899 Alva 7.... 98 665 10958 Kalitan 5.... 98 685 10936 Nover 6.... 98 690 11010 Flo VV 4.... 97 685 11000 CreedmoreL 4.... 97 675 110013Ru88eIla 5.... 96 690 109593Necedah 7.... 96 700 Sixth Race 1 Mile. 4-year-olds and upward. Selling. 109823McAllister 4.. ..102 680 11001 Emmet Ahearn 4 100 665 10983 Nannie L 5.... 99 690- 10983JZolo 5.... 98 700 110012Lucky Monday 4.... 97 690 109372Cherry Bounce II 4.... 94 695 110003 Woodranger 4.... 94 685 10817 Fleeda 4.... 92 65a Dally Racing Form In San Francisco. 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J As compared with 1898, the American Turf Congress Racing Rules for 1899 show a great many changes, some very important, others only matters of editorial rearrangement. In line eight of rule 12 the word "course" is stricken out. In line four of the second paragraph of rule 19 the word "Association" is stricken out. In lino three of rule 26 the words "Any Member" is substituted for "Association," and the rule is amended by adding "unless with written consent of the official or association from whose decision the appeal is made." Rule 30 was amended by adding "And any maiden which has been disqualified after having finished first, is still a maiden, although bets may have been paid on it as the winner." Rule 31 was amended by inserting the word "involving" before "admission" in line two. Part of paragraph three of rule 98 was made rule 94 which reads as follows : "Declarations in sweepstakes shall be made in the same manner as is provided for making entries therein to the Secretary, who shall record the day and hour of its receipt, and give early publicity thereto." The remaining paragraphs of rule 98 were made rule 95, the words "purse races" being stricken from the paragraph governing the division of declaration fees between the second and third horses. Rule 99 was made rulo 96 and amended by substituting "Member of the Congress" for "Association" and adding, "Any Secretary who shall fail to enforce this rule shall be fined one hundred dollars." Rule 100 was made rule 97. Rule 101 was made rule 98 and amended by inserting "or other arrears" after "order" in line one, and by inserting "its collection shall no longer be enforceable" in line three, and amended by inserting the words "to a purse that is run off" before the words "shall not" in line four. Rule 86 was made rule 68. Rule 96 was made rule 69 and amended by adding "but when from any cause a race is not run all stake, declaration or entrance money, if any paid, shall be returned." Rule 7Q reads as follows : "Every entry in a purse race must be in the name of a person having ownership in the horse, and must be made in writing by the owner or trainer, or some one deputed by him ; but the full name of every person having an ownership in a horse, or, excepting the trainer's per cent., any interest in its winnings, must be registered with the Secretary or Clerk of the Course before it starts at any meeting, as must be every change in such ownership or interest thereafter made during that meeting. Any failure to comply with this rule shall be punished by fine or suspension, and if an objection because of such defaults is duly made and sustained against a horse that has run in a race, its winnings in that race shall be forfeited to the horse that finished next behind it." Rule 52 was amended so as to read "A selling race is one in which every horse entered 'to bo sold,' if a loser, may be claimed and if the winner, must be offered for sale at public auction." Rule 54 was amended to read "Owner includes part owner, but an interest in the winnings only of a horse shall not constitute ownership." Rule 63 was made rule 62. Rule 69 was made rule 63. Rule 75 was mado rule 64 and amended by adding the words "but an entry in any race may be corrected." Rule 77 was made rule 65 and amended so as to read "Joint subscriptions and entries may be made by two or more owners." Rule 80 was made rule 66. Rule 85 was ma'de rule 67. Rule 64 was made 71. Rule 92 was made rule 72 and amended so as to road : "Every horse entored for a purse must be a 'starter' unless it should be declared out." Rulo 93 was made rule 73 and amended to read after the word because, "of his failure to pay the jockey fee for that race." Rule 94 was made rulo 74. Rulo 65 was mado rulo 75. Rulo 66 was mado rule 76. Rulo 67 was mado rulo 77 and amended by inserting after tho word "horse" in lino two, "or of the engagement, or by a duly authorized person." Rulo 74 was mado rulo 78. Rule 72 was mado rulo 79. Rulo 76 was made rulo 80 and tho words "in a stake" inserted in line one after the word "declaration." Rulo 82 was made rulo 81 and amended by adding after the word "transferee" in line six, "except, however, tho conditions of produce races or races for which nominations of tho foals are made, may provide that the nominator shall be released from further liability by filing, prior to a time therein fixed, the proper evidence of tho transfer, by public or private sale, of his entry and its engagement in that race." Rule 83 was made rule 82. Rulo 84 was made.rule 83. Rulo 70 was mado rule 8t. Rulo 71 was made rule 85. Rulo 88 was made rule 83 and amended by substituting the word "sweepstakes" for "race" in line one. Rule 81 was mado rule 88. Rulo 95 was mado rule 89 and amended by substituting "any person1' for "parties." Rule 91 was made rule 90 and amended by inserting tho words, "and its jockey fee for a losing mount," in lino three. Rule 89 was made rulo 90. Rulo 90 was mado rulo 92. Paragraph four of rule 98 was mado rule 93. Rule 102 was made rule 99. Rule 103 was made rule 100 and amended by inserting "of a horse or engagement" in line one after the word "transfer." Rule 104 was made rule 101. A new rule, 105, was enacted which reads as follows : "No jockey, except when riding for his contract employer, shall be weighed out for any race unless there has been deposited for him with tho Clerk of the Scales the fee for a losing mount in that race ; and tho Clerk of the Scales shall pay over tho money so deposited to the jockey unless he has notice to the contrary. The failure to so deposit this fee for tho jockoy engaged for any horse, shall declare it out of tho race." Rule 10G was mado rulo 103. Rule 107 was made rulo 104 and amended to read as follows after the word "judges" in lino threo "or his horse shall be declared out of the race. No person shall bo admitted to tho weighing room except owners, trainors.and jockoys." Rule 108 was made rulo 106. Rule 109 was mado rule 107. Rule 110 was made rulo 108. Rulo 111 was made rule 109. Rule 112 was made rule 110. Rulo 113 was made rulo 111. Rulo 114 was made rule 112. Rulo 115 was mado rule 113. Rule 116 was mado rule 114. Rulo 117 was mado rule 115 and amended by substituting tho words "this rulo" for the words "those rules" in line one of paragraph five." Rule 118 was made rule 116. Rule 119 was made rule 117. Rule 120 was made rule 118. Rule 121 was made rule 119 and amended to read as follows : "A horse should bring in its weight out, and if short of it by two or more pounds, it shall be disqualified." Rule 122 was made rulo 120. Rule 123 was made rule 121. Rule 124 was made rule 122 and amended by substituting the word "judges" for the words "officers of the association" in line seven of paragraph two, and by substituting tho word "such" for tho word "tho" in the concluding sentence of the same line. Rulo 125 was mado rulo 123. Rule 126 was mado rule 124. Rule 127 was made rule 125. Rule 128 was made rule 126. Rule 129 was made rule 127. Rule 130 was made rulo 128. Rule 131 was made rule 129. Rule 132 was made rule 130 and amended by inserting tho words "making the dead heat" after tho word "horses" at the termination of line five of paragraph one. Rule 133 was mado rule 131. Rule 134 was made rule 132. Rule 135 was made rule 133. Rule 136 was made rulo 134. Rule 137 was made rule 135 and amended by substituting the words "the horses making the dead heat" for the words "both horses" in line two of paragraph one. Rule 138 was made rule 136. Rule 139 was made rule 137. Rule 140 was mado rule 138. Rule 139 is a new rule and reads as follows : "An objection to a horse that ha8 run in a race on the ground that it was not trained or ridden by a licensed trainer or rider, or that the names of all those having an ownership in it or an interest in its winnings have not been registered with tho clerk of the course, as required by rule 70, must be mado not later than the day after that upon which the race was run." Rule 141 was mado rule 140. Rule 142 was mado rulo 141 and amended by substituting the words "as to tho age" for the words "of the mouth" after tho word "fit" at tho beginning of lino four. Hulo 143 was made rulo 142. Rulo 144 was mado rule 143. Rule 145 was made rulo 144. - Rule 146 was made rulo 145. Rule 147 was made rule 146. Rule 148 was mado rule 147. Rule 149 was made rule 148. Rule 150 was made rulo 149. Rulo 151 was mado rule 150. Rulo 152 was made rule 151 and amended by striking out the first seven lines, except the words "if sold" at tho termination of line seven, and substituting therefor the words, "every horse entered 'to bo sold' that runs in a selling race shall, if tho winner, be sold at public auction immediately after tho race, and one-half of any surplus over tho selling price shall go to tho second horse and the other to tho association." Also by substituting the word "the" for "all" before the words "other horses" in the section in relation to claiming. Also by striking out the words "as to who he is claiming for" in the concluding line and substituting therefore- the words "that he is doing so." Rulo 153 was mado rule 152. Rule 154 was mado rule 153. Rule 155 was made rule 154 and amended by striking out the words "and the horse shall be disqualified for all races" and substituting therefor the words "as shall be the horse also." Rule 156 was mado rule 155 and amended by inserting after the words "horse in such race" in line four tho words "or attempt by intimidation to prevent any one from running a horse in any race for which it is entered." Rule 157 was made rulo 156 and amended so as to read as follows : "Any person who fails to pay for a horse bought or claimed in a selling race within fifteen minutes after the sale or claim has been made, shall forfeit his right to the horse, and shall be fined, suspended or ruled off by tho judges; but tho ownor may still require that the horse shall be taken and paid for by the purchaser or claimant, who. if ho fail or refuse to do so, shall bo suspended until he makes good his default to the owner." Rule 158 was mado rule 157. Rule 159 was made rule 158. Rulo 160 was maderulo 159. Rule 161 was made rule 160. Rule 162 was mado rule 161. Rule 163 was mado rulo 162. Rulo 164 was mado rulo 163 and amended by adding a fifth paragraph which reads as follows : "In estimating the value of a series of races in which an oxtra sum of money is won by winning two or more of tho series, tho extra sum shall be estimated in the last race by which it was finally won." Rule 165 was made rule 164. Rulo 166 was mado rule 165. Rule 167 was made rule 166. Rulo 168 was made rulo 167 and amended by substituting "to" for "of" aftortho words "in respect" in line two. Rule 169 was made rule 168. Rule 170 was made rule 169. Rule 171 was mado rulo 170. Rule 172 was made rule 171. Rule 173 was made rule 172 and amended by inserting tho words "may bo fined or" in the last line of paragraph one. Rulo 174 was mado rulo 173 and amended by inserting the word "fined" before tho word "suspended" in lino three of paragraph two and by striking out tho words "to the Association which" in the last lino of paragraph threo and substituting therefor the words "to tho judges who." Rule 175, part of rulo 176 and rule 183 were consolidated and mado rule 174, which reads as follows : "Every person that trains or ride3 a horse, whether his own or tho property of another, on a track where these racing rules are in force, must obtain a license from the Congress to so do as trainer, jockey or apprentice, respectively, and no horse unless so trained or ridden, shall be permitted to start in any race run on such tracks. But in cases of emergency a jockey may be permitted to rido ponding action on his application ; except no rider with an apprentice's license shall be required to apply for a jockey's license until after he shall have ridden a winner for tho first time. "An apprentice license for a boy who has never ridden a winner, may be granted for one year, or until ho does rido a winner, to and upon the application of his employer, and tho apprentice shall not bo permitted to ride for anyone excopt that employer without his permission. Tho license shall bo prima facio evidence of the employment of the apprentice." A new rule, 175, was adopted which reads as follows : "Any porson who shall start a horse trained by any one not a licQused trainer, or permit it to be ridden by any but a licensed jockey or apprentice, shall bo fined or suspended as shall also be such person who so trained or rode the horse: and if an objection is duly mado and sustainod that a horse which had run in any race was so trained or ridden, then its winnings in that race shall be forfeited to the horse that finished next behind it." Paragraph "h" of rule 173 was made paragraph "a" and amended so as to read as follows "Every license shall, be for not more than one year and shall expire on the thirty-first day of December, next, . after its issuance. The fee, which must bo paid by tho applicant and accompany the application, shall be for a license to a trainer, twenty-five dollars; to a jockey, ten dollars ; to an apprentice, one dollar." Paragraph "b" was amended by striking out tho word "jockoys" before tho word "license" in lino one and the words "his service as a jockey" in line six. Paragraph "c" was amended by striking out the words "of a jockey" after tho word "avocation," and substituting therefore the words "which he desires to follow." Paragraph "o" was amended by striking out the word "jockey" in line eight, and by inserting the words "of tho jockey license" in place of the words "of it" in the concluding lino of said paragraph. Paragraph "f" was amended by substituting the word "one" for the word "jockey" before tho word "ruled" in line one. Paragraph "i" was made paragraph "h" and amended by substituting the words "each member of the Congress" for tho words "each association in the Congress," and by substituting the word "person" for tho word "jockey" in lino four. Paragraph "k" was made paragraph "i". Rulo 177 was amended by substituting the word "judges" for tho word "association" in line two. Rule 178 was amended by substituting tho word "judges" for the word "association" in lino three. Rule 184 was made rule 183. Rulo 185 was made rulo 184 and amended by substituting tho words "declaring an entry out of" for the words "scratching an ontry in" before tho words "a purse" in line two of paragraph four. Rule 186 was made rule 185 and amended by substituting tho words "every horse wholly or partly owned by him shall also be ruled off or outlawed, and he shall not be qualified" in place of the words "he shall not be allowed on tho grounds of tho course, or bo qualified" in line two after the word "continues," and by adding the words "and if an entry from any person or of any horse that has been ruled off or outlawed is received, snch entry shall bo void, and tho money, if any, paid for such entry t refunded. And any money or prizo won under said entry shall be returned by the party that received it," and by amending second paragraph of said rule so that it reads as follows : "When a porson is ruled off for any fraudulent practice in relation to a paricular horse, wholly or partly belonging to him, ho shall return all money or prizes which such horse has fraudulently won in any race at any meeting." Rulo 187 was made rule 186. Rulo 188 was made rule 187. Rulo 189 was mado rulo 188. Rule 190 was made rulo 189 and amended by substituting tho word "an" for tho word "the" before the word "association" in line one. Rulo 191 was made rule 190. Rulo 192 was made 191 and amended by substituting tho word "an" for tho word "tho" before the word "association" in line three. Rule 193 was made rulo 192. Rule 194 was made rulo 193. Rulo 195 was made rule 194 and amended by inserting the words "or judges" after the word "officers" in lino three and by striking out the words "tho officers" in line six and substituting therefor the word "them." Rule 196 was mado rule 195. Rule 197 was made rule 196 and amended by transferring and adding to it all of the first paragraph of rule 198 after tho word "courso" in line three. Rule 198 was mado rule 197. Rulo 199 was mado rule 198. Rulo 200 was mado rulo 199. Rulo 201 was made rule 200. Rulo 202 was made rulo 201 and amended by striking out the words "in tho timers' stand" in lino four and substituting therefor the word "therein." Rule 203 was mado rulo 202. Rule 204 was made rule 203. Rulo 205 was mado rule 204 and amended by striking out all after the word "moridian" in line fourteen, do .vn to and including tho word "whomsoever" in lino twenty-four. The part so stricken out being mado a part of tho by-laws of the Congress. Rulo 206 was made rulo 205. Rule 207 was mado rule 206. Rulo 208 was made rulo 207. Rulo 209 was mado rule 208. Page  New Orleans Form Chart NEW ORLEANS FORM CHART. NEW ORLEANS, LA., March 34. One Hundred and first day. Crescent City Jockey Clnb. Winter Meeting, Weather clear; track fast. Presiding Judge. R. W. Simmons. Starter, C. J. Fitzgerald. Racing starts at 2:30 p. m. 1 "I AOQ FIBST RACE 6 1-2 Furlongs. Purse $250. f33 to second; 15 to third. JL JL J KJ O 4-year-olds and upward. Selling. Ind Horses A Wt St h H & StrFin Jockeys Owners O H L O 1C958 SHUTTLECOCK 6 110 2 21 21 23 H Odom W H Shadley 3" 3 2i 2 (10919) HAIRPIN 4 126 6 It 12 11 22 Foucon A Brown & Co 6 8 6 7 10978 TOM TOHER 4 119 1 35 3 32 3" Holden John Brenock 6 7 6 7 10920 K. C. 5 127 4 7 7 8 4 Vandusen J D McMillan 8-5 9-5 8-5 8-5 10959 GOOD ORDER 5 116 3 52 6 71 5 Freemen L D Frazee 40 50 40 50 109773WHIRMAN'LINE 4 107 5 61 51 5 6 Mitchell Mrs JW McKinleylO 10 8 8 (10974)UDAH 4 117 8 8 8 4i 7 Rigby W E Woods 8 12 8 10 10897 GILRAY 4 109 7 41 41 6" 8 Gnitiers S J Charles 30 40 20 30 Time, 23$, 481, 1:15, 1:22. Winner Ch. m, by Lord Hartington Battledore. Off at first break to a good start. Won easily. Shuttlocock was the be3t. 8he came away in the last sixteenth after Hairpin had burned himself up by pacing. Ho was too much used. K C. was outrun the first part, but closed fairly strong. Toher was a good horse at finish. Whir-mantiline is of no account. Shuttlecock, place, evens; show, 1 to 2. Hairpin, place, 2 to 1; show, evens. Tom Toher, show, evens. "1 t AAQ SECOND BACK 6 1-2 Furlongs. Purse 250. $35 to second; $15 to third. JLVUt 3-year-olds. Maidens. Allowances. Ind Horses A Wt St M Vx 3 StrFin Jockeys Owners O H L C 109332THE PURSER 102 3 32 32 31 11 O'Connor W A Chanler 1 I 4-5 4-5 10977 MAURICE W. 105 4" 41 41 52 21 Dupee B Vincent & Co 6 6 5 5 10933 VERY LIGHT 100 6 72 75 41 32 Mitchell M S Hughes 10 12 10 12 10S94 GIN RICKEY 110 2 H 12 n 42 W Taylor Walter McCune 50 50 40 50 10955 FALCON LIGHT 105 5 5a 61 72 5" Slack H Riddle 10 15 10 12 10363 DECEIVE 107 9 9 8 8 61 Odom F H Hickok 10 12 10 12 10363 NIOLE 100 8 61 5h 61 7 fiolden H D Rrown & Co 20 20 15 20 9923 CALCHAS 110 1 2i 2" 21 8 Britton F Barnes 50 50 40 50 10933 FR. MC CONNELL 107 7 8 9 9 9 Aker B V Crosby 6 7 5 7 Time, 24, 49,1:16.1:23. Winner Ch. c, by Pursebearer Camilla. Off at first break to a good start. The first three were driving hard. The Purser ran his race. He was best and got up in the last sixteenth. He had to be dr iven to stall off Maurice W who was cut off on the far turn. Gin Rickey ran a quarter to a false break and tired in thQ stretch. Very Light ran above the mark. Maurice W., place, 8 to 5; show, 3 to 5. Very Light, show. 3 to 1. IT fl Cl THIRD RACE 1 1-4 Miles. Purse 250. $50 to second; $25 to third. 4-year" 1U1U olda and upward. Selling. Ind Horses A Wt Bt 8t " H & Str Fin Jockeys Owners Q H L C (10972)JESSIE S. 4 99 8 7 71 4 2" 2h In Dupee T H Stevons 12 15 8 10 109782 LAUREATE 7 96 4 4 41 1 12 11 2 Odom G C Bennett 8-5 8-5 6-5 7-5 10956 BABE FIELDS5 101 2 8 8 6h 51 52 3" Nutt H B Adair 9 12 8 ' 10950 TONTO 5 103 1 9 9 9 41 41 4 O'Connor J H McAvoy & Co2 21 2 2 10932 AMB'RGL'NTS6 101 7 5h 51 21 32 31 5h Moody J McNaught 30 40 30 40 (10923)JIM CONWAY5 103 9 31 3 5 73 63 63 Mitchell E Bertonniere 25 30 15 20 10950 SUTTON 5 110 3 6 61 7 6" 7 7 Knapp D J Leary 7 8 7 8 (10956)SCH'L GIRL 4 97 5 21 21 8 8 8 820 Holden P Browning 20 25 '0 25 109S3 FLO W. 4 90 6 11 11 31 9 9 9 Slack T W Lynch 50 60 40 50 Time, 261, 52. 1 :171, 1 :431, 2 :09. Winner B. f, by Buckra Florimore. Off at first break to a good start. Jessie S. and Laureate had a rare turn-up all the last sixteenth. Jessie was the best and sramest. She got up ia the last stride. Laureate ran bis race a good one. He was used a lot. Jessie S. was well ridden. Babe Fields ran to the mark and finished strong. Tonto was all, out when the stretch was reached, Amber Glints auit in the stretch Scratched (10979)Dr. Marks, 105; (10899)L'ady Disdain. 97. Jessie S., place. 4 to 1; show. 8 to 5. Laureate, place. 1 to 2. Babe Fields, show, 2 to 1. I 1 A1 1 FOURTH RACE-6 1-2 Furlongs. Purse $250. $35 to second; $15 to third. JL JL J JL JL 4-year-olds and upward. Selling. Ind Horses A Wt St M Vi 5 StrFin Jockeys Owners O H L C 10948 HANLON 6 122 6 51 41 61 1k Odom W A Porter 8 128 lb 109792MISS ROSS 6 124 1 31 3 21 21 Mitchell W R Griffin 3 4 3 3 10878 PROTUS 5 126 4 4 5 5h 3 O'Connor E L & R W Smith 41 5 31 5 U0982) BANRICA 6 123 8 8 8 7 4" Dupee T H Stevens 2i 3 2 2 10996 TAPPAN 5 128 2 7 7 4 5a Vandusen J H Smith 8 8 6 8 (10953)SAUTERNE 6 124 5 In in 1h Tabor J Neal 8 8 6 8 109212SEAPORT 4 126 7 2h 21 3 7 Foucon B Vincent & Co 8 8 6 8 10932 COVINGTON KY. 5 122 3 6 61 8 8 Rigby M Goldblatt 12 12 10 12 Time, 25, 491,1:16,1:23. Winner Blk. g, by Hanover Logic. Post 5 minutes. Start good. Won in a hard drive: the next five were hard at it. Hanlon ran a surprising race. He was going away at the end. Miss Ross was driving to the limit. Sho ran a good race. So did Protus. Tappan saved ground on the turn and closed strong. Santerne and Seaport quit in the last furlong. Banrica was pinched off at the start and was as good as left at tho post in consequence. Hanlon was run up $200 over entered pric and bought in. Hanlon, place, 4 to 1; show, 2 to 1 Miss Ross, place, 7 to 5; Bhow, 1 to 2. Protus, place, 8 to 5: show. 4 to 5. Banrica. ehow, 1 to 2. 1 fi FIFTH RACE-3-4 Mile. Purse $250. $35 to second; $15 to third. 3-year- JL J JL olds and upward. Selling. Ind Horses A Wt St H 3 StrFin Jockeys Owners O H L C 109762BERTHA NELL 4 107 2 31 3" 12 14 Moody D P Rogers 6 8 5 8 10976 SEMICOLON 3 98 6 51 41 42 2" Dupee J T Stewart 8 12 8 10 109732BROWN VAIL 3 91 8 8 632 3a Jackson W E Brasfield 8 10 8 10 10976 TREOPIA 5 110 4 61 7 61 4 Knapp M T Danaher 5 5 4 4 10976 YO NO SE 3 91 10 21 1 2h 52 Slack L W Hoyt & Co. 8 8 6 8 109772CHAT OF ME 4 102 11 11 11 10 61 Holden H D Brown 20 20 15 20 10715 STOCKHOLM 5 107 1 10 8 5 7 Mitchell C Reed 40 40 30 40 109263TUT TUT 3 96 13 13 9 9 82 Bisping H T Griffin 41 44 3" 4 10977 D'CH'SSOFYORK4 107 12 12 12 12 91 Aker S J McNamara '30 30 '5 30 109S2 LAURETTA D. 7 105 9 7 10 11 10 Rigby M Cottingham 40 50 30 40 10955 PASSE PARTOUTS 98 7 4 51 8 11 O'Connor F Hogan 6 6 41 6 10867 NONA B 4 107 5 11 21 7 12 Brophy S Cerf 40 40 30 40 10578 HERO JR. 3 98 3 9 13 13 13 Odom CDeWitt 20 20 15 20 . , . Time, 241,49. l:14i. Winner B. f, by Fit Vologne. Post 15 minutes. Start fair. Won easily; next four driving hard. Bertha Nell ran far above her mark, bhe raced away from her fieln in the last quarter as if it was merely play. Semicolon ran his race and closed stoutly. Brown Vail's performance was honest and good. Tut Tut was not ready. Was away badly. So was Chat of Me and The Duchess. Treopia came with a rush at the end and would have been second in a few more strides. Bertha Nell, place, 3 to 1 : show, 7 to 5. Semicolon, place, 4 to 1 : show, 2 to 1. Brown Vail show, 2 to 1. Treopia, show. 7 to 10. T fl SIXTH RACE 7-8 Mile. Purse $250. $35 to second; $15 to third. 4-year-olds. JL 7 JL gj and upward. Belling. Ind Horses A Wt St Vi V, 5t StrFin Jockeys Owners O H L C 109023TOM KINGSLEY 4 105 1 41 4 43 3 l O'Connor W H Williamson 8-5 8-5 7-5 8-5 10979 MC ALBERT 4 98 4 H 12 12 2" 23 Mitchell H Robinson 30 50 30 40 (10958) NORA S. 4 96 5 32 31 31 4" 31 Dupee GTTalbott 10 12 8 10 10982 DIGGS 7 100 3 2" 21 21 HI 41 Holden James Arthur 8 10 7 7 (10878) LILIAN BELL 4 109 2 5 5 5 5 5 Odom J J McCafferty 1 6-5 4-5 1 Time, 25,491, 1:15, 1:28. Winner B. c, by Freo Knight Caesandra. Post 4 minutes. Start Rood. Won easily ; second eased up. Tom Kingsley ran an extra good race. He was well ridden and gradually moved to his horses. He got up m tho last sixteenth and had a lot to spare. McAlbert was raced to pieces in front against Diggs who tired in the last furlong. Lilian Bell's race was far below the mark. Bhe had no early speed but moved up in the Btretch as if to contend. But she was pinched off and eased up at end. Nora 8. ran her race. Scratched-10982JSim W., 103. Tom Kingsley. place, 2 ta 5. McAlbert, place, 4 to 1 ; sEow, 7 to 5. Oakland Form Chart OAKLAND FORM CHART. OAKLAND, CAI.., March 24. Sixty-fourth day. California Jockey Clab. Winter Meeting. Weather wet; track sloppy. Presiding Judge, Joseph A. Murphy. Starter, J. B. Ferguson. Racing starts at 2:15 p.m. 1 1002 FIEST RACE-C 1-3 -Furlongs. Purse $350. 3-year-olds. Selling. Ind Horses A Wt St Vj yt & StrFin Jockeys Owners Q H LC &4?.Ek! 109 4 31 11 H 12 Hennessy J B Dyer 3 3 2 11-5 10485 OCORONA 107 5 5 42 43 2 Powell S C Bowley 10 10 8 9 10248 POLKA 109 2 21 31 3- 33 Harris J Givons 5 6 5 6 10861 GOLD BARON 109 6 62 52 5i 42 Fallahey JJMoran&Co 30 40 30 40 10772 MAGDALENE3 107 1 1h 2- 2 5 Gray H F Edwards &Co2 2 2 21 ??MATT7SAN ffil ? ? S fc3"6' J Cochran 30 30 20 .20 1070" 1070a LIMATUS 107 7 7 7 7 73 Romero L Tory 10 40 10 30 Kgg1? g 8 8 8 83 Stimpson E F Stimpson 20 10 2u 50 1070a PRINCE A. 109 9 9 9 9 910 Mounce D S Fountain 30 40 30 30 10725 FAVERSHAM II. 112 10 10 10 10 10 Ruiz Dillon & Lyons 8 10 8 8 . Time, 251, 50, 1:04,1:101. Winner Br. c, by Midlothian Angelique. . Start straggling. Won easily. Saintly ran in improving form and was easily best today. He is a good colt when right. Ocorona was suited by the muddy course and ran a fair race Polka was weakly ridden and can do hotter. The race will probably improve him. Magdalenes cut off in the stretch and unlucky, but she is an easy quitter when pressed. Gold Baron was ran fairly well. The others are very inferior. Scratched-10960 Somis. 109; 10705 Gold Garter, 109; 10705 Stromboleta, 107; 9938 Cosenzo. 107. Saintly, place. 4 to 5; shoiv, 2 to 5. Ocoropa. place, 3to 1; show, evens. Polka, show, evens. 11003 BEC0ND RACE3"4 MIle- Parse $350. 4-year-olds and upward. SellinT. Ind Horses A Wt St & ji jj Str Fin Jockeys Owners O H L C " 10963 TRUXILLO 5 115 3 32 2 21 li Piggott H L Jones & Co 1 i q-s q ' 10963 HORATIO 5 115 1 43 H 12 26 E Jones HDimond 3 5 ! 10555 DON FULANO 8 110 5 2h 32 35 35 Hennessy PAsbe 8 8 5 fi 10938 MERRY BOY 5 107 7 7 7 62 43 Snyder W H Brown 10 50 10 40 10091 GOV. 8HEEHAN 8 110 10 53 6 51 51 Powell W Landsberg 5 8 8 10941 JOE COTTON 9 112 9 10 9 9 62 Sperry J N Abbott 50 100 50 100 IIS 5 f I1 f Bnan Ladd& Beard 100 loS 50 lo K864 Il8b4 NIIHAU N1IHAU 4 102 4 8 8 8 82 Dietro A Gonzalnq inn iin m im 10945 UNIVERSITY 7 107 6 9 10 10 9 LonlHer J Cochran 0 0 50 50 PICNIC 4 10a 2 1 4 7 10 D McCarty H P Windle 1C0 100 60 75 . , , . Time, 25, 51, 1 :16. Winner B. b, by Arotino Miss Leon. Start good. Won cleverly. Truxillo was best suited by the going, well placed and lucky all through. Horatio ran a good race in going he dislikes; .ast track is more to bis liking. Don i ulano was high in flesh and not fit for good company. Governor Sheehan pulled up lame. Picnic showed a turn of speed and will do to watch. Oahu was in the fight at the head of the stretch but quit further along. Merry Boy made up ground in the stretch Scratched-10225 Mischief. 107; (10995)E1 Salado, 107; May McCarthy, 105; 10991 Mainbar, 104. Horatio, place, 6 to 0; show, 2 to 5. Don Fnlano, show, evens. 11Q04: TD HACE-1-2 Mlle- PeT4()62eolds. Selling. Ind Horses A Wt St & yz K Btr Fin JockeyB Owners O H L C 109113MORRID 107 1 la 11 i Spencer W B Jenninir 1-9 1 9 ' asss"- is i s i! s hr FAs !SloNDBAL m I h h S VaT JNBB ,r 1111 ( 10966) PRESTO ME 107 2 21 41 60 Devn Burn&Waterh'seS " 7 ? fi 10968 FANNIE MILLS 103 5 61 6 71 BuUmau Lone Stable 10 15 10 J2 FLUSH OF GOLD 107 8 8 8 8 Cole Crane & Owan w m ix n 10986 JENNIE RILEY 103 Left at the post. JReiff JGBrwn&Co f 15 6 . Time, 12i, 24i, 38, 51. Winner B. f. by Midlothian Tearless 7i0Qu r47lne- Mort?id was best and best ridden, but the muddy track was against her and enabled Loch Katrine to give her quite an argument at the end. Loch Katrine is a good fln? hD m4nd aU3 h?r raHe WaS !? lln5- Blff Forn.is also R mudlark and was running well at the dLIPpofntinRlyra ma P & ground in the stretch and will do to watch. Prestome ran Scratched St. Elizabeth, 111. Loch Katrine, place, 2 to 1; show, 4 to 5. Big Horn, show, 3 to 1. 11005 TOIf JSSSSf seS: (170feet 8hort of " mila- 5400. jE Horses A Wt St k X StrFin Jockeys Owners O H L U (10970)STAMINA 3 102 9 9" 6 51 1 J Reiff Dnka & Wiahnrrt 5 9 5 109693MONTANUS 3 102 8 8 8 8 2 Dev?n WD Rand nil I ? r 109423GOOD HOPE 3 97 6 7 3 32 32 McNhskle B Schrieber 2 I 'SrINGMASTER lll95 75 51" i e'" 65! ?nWa SSSSS"8 60 75 50 g 105072 MADRONE 6 115 3 2 9 9 73 Snyder BL Elliott 60 m m 109072ACH 3 102 4 31 11 la 820 E Jones J Carroll ? I i 107983D1STINCTION 5 113 2 'Jf TGFerguson 15 40 15 40 Winner Ch. c, by Great Tom Endurance! ' ' Oa?ro; rLn eafiliy , stamina eot a bad send-off, but overhauled his competitors in the 5 and. WT 1flke a take orse: He is greatly improved. Montanus, too, made up a lot of ground in the last quarter and nailed Good Hope in the last stride. Good Hope her ran Sir Urian did his best. Genua was speedy, but outclassed when it to driving? race came Ach ALU Quit s' qmt badly after leading to the straight run in. Scratched 10989 Sidelong, 99. 3 to l!amiDa' PlBC0' it0h; ShW' 1 10 2' MontanU8' Placo 2 1 5 show, 4 to 5. Good Hope, show, 1100(5 FIFTH BACB1 1-10 MIl8S- profl00. 3-year-olds and npwatd.s7ffin7. Fnd Horses A Wt St & yt X StrFin Jockeys Owners O H L C 10987 IMPERIOUS 4 105 5 4 In li n ia E Jones H E Rnwall . i?T in (10971 ROBT. BONNER 5 110 1 52 53 52 53 43 Hennessy LHEzell 8 I KhIfrETTER 11 i ll r ? I1 Se??M BnieWaterh'se48-5 115 Ll luyjo ma. s 3 9a 3 3 3h 6 6 6 McNickle F O'Rourke 20 30 20 30 to- t, .... Time, 26, 51, 1:17, 1:43, l:49i. Winner B. c, by Morello Helen Scratch. his WnrnnaS Imperious ran a good race in strong contrast to wlnfn JnIi,0?8 a' A stIg ".u"1' acconnt for it. Jones outrode Spencer at the finish. ptrhTinH ra aSoJ race and should have won. Castake closed strongly and was running fast f" Hobert ?ODn6F had one of his bad days. Throw his race out. Obsidian is a peculiar colt and requires a strong jockey. Little Devin conld not make him extend himself. &cratched-109872Red Glenn, 103; 10965 Ed GartlaudIL, 99; 109653J6nnio Reidfls Overweights Robert Bonner, 4 pounds: The Fretter. 4. Imperious, place, 3to 1; show, evens. Wyoming, place, evens. Castake. show, 4 to 5. 11007 S1XTU KAUE-3-4 Mile. Purse $350. 4-year-olds and upward. "SiliiEg: tnd Horses A Wt Bt K K 3 StrFin Jockeys Owners O H L c" 10988 RUSKIN 4 109 3 2a 2 21 1 Spencer Svdnev Pnirnt T5 or or 109052WIDOW JONES 5 110 6 65 5 51 23 E Jones H E Rowell fi fi t I"5 10800 1SPIRANDO 4 1C9 5 H 11 11 s Hennessy JNBurk 10 10 8 a 107843SWEET WILLIAMS 115 1 3i 3 3 4 Piegott B-ch?eiber ill !' S dONNAR? -S1?? f I r ,6i A JbSEST 10 240 10 20 ffioKOMRKn ! 51 I, Ti 2 ?w?1,1. El Molina Stable 6 10 6 8 SsPFRRTTARY Ii1 ?, acklin J H McHugh 10 20 10 20 lolM SEVO? 4lo8 q ? 89 o 89 o I ! laTn JT 11 i 10 20 rSTPNTOR UmH H H H H W P Sheridan 100 100 60 80 (o(09)STENTOR 5 107 12 12 12 12 12 H Brown E Randall 50 100 50 75 , , Time,-25, 51, 1:17. tit- Winner B. c, by Buchanan n Bonnie Girl. rnLta.rl8trasgiiDi?; woQ handily. Raskin was well handled and best in tho going. Widow Jones ran a good, honest race. Espirando is best suited by a five furlong sprint. Sweet William few&hts- 10843 NnDCOmar' 1075 10983 8ociali8t' 1W- Ruskin, place, 3 to 5. 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